Hexagroove: Tactical DJ is one of the most upbeat and toe-tappingly addictive rhythm games ever made; especially if you’re a fan of the genre and electronic dance music.
Gorgeous, reckless, unapologetic and divine, Sayonara Wild Hearts will still have you coming back long after you've said goodbye.
A pleasant but limiting experience.
An engaging and edgy rhythm fighter, TERRORHYTHM delivers plenty of great ideas, but slips in actual performance on the Switch.
Cadence of Hyrule stands proudly as a classic example of "I didn't think I wanted this, but now I have it and it's amazing."
Ever wanted to be a Jedi DJ? You can with Beat Saber.
Is Beat Fever a rhythm that you won't want to miss?
Cytus α is a madcap, unrelenting force of music imbued with a gargantuan soundtrack, and only slows down because the player's hands are starting to hurt.
A rhythm game with story, diversity, and not just the same recycled K-Pop songs? It's more plausible than you'd think!
Without question, Deemo is the best damn musical game that I've played for the Switch to date, and I am concerned it won't be topped, like, ever.